Trinell E. Genga, M.S. PA-C

Adjunct Professor, Physician Assistant Studies

B.S. Speech & Hearing Sciences, University of Arizona, 1997
Physician Assistant Certificate, MCP Hahnemann University, 2000
M.S. Disaster Medicine and Management, Philadelphia University, 2009

National Commission in the Certification of Physician Assistants

Internal Medicine, Geriatrics, Orthopedics, Family Practice

Academic and Research Interests:
Migraines, Osteoporosis, Patient Education, Women's Health, Nursing Home Care, Diet/Nutrition, Disaster Planning

PA Program Courses Taught:

Clinical Medicine, Primary Care Selective

Biographical Summary:
Trinell Genga graduated from MCP Hahnemann's PA Program in 2000. She worked in Internal Medicine & Geriatrics for 9 years and taught full time at Philadelphia University for 5 of those years.  After working full-time in the PA Program, Trinell relocated to Central Pennsylvania and works on an adjunct basis in the Program while working full-time in a clinical setting.  She is currently working full time at an Orthopedic practice in Chambersburg, PA. She has also been a clinical preceptor for the PA Programs of PCOM, Drexel University and Lock Haven University over the years.

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